If you could have any job in the world, which one would you like?
For me, I can cross CEO of BP out...That leaves me with my dream job of being a small business owner. Maybe a small accounting firm or consulting firm.
What about you?
My dream job would be a secret shopper of massage parlours, traveling around the globe getting massages everywhere making sure they are performing to high quality standards and that every customer's experience has a happy ending!
......there's that darn penis thing again....was just talking about it on the "Respect" thread LOL!
I am presently working on an integrated business model, while I write on HubPages and promote my name(and company name), who helps a lot of people gain more satisfaction from their life.
very cool Cags...what type of business are you running?
I am not running it. Right now, it's in the development stage. But, I need to earn a living, so I write here, until it no longer can be done, which will mean that I am finish designing/developing my company's infrastructure/business model.
Once completed, I will write here, only on occasion and most likely be in the forum very little. It's an advocacy business.
My dream job would be musician in a world class orchestra.
That would be great! What instrument do you play?
Actually my dream job would be to sit around writing on here all day drinking coffee from the comfort of my living room. I could even get a dog.
I am actually about a quarter of the way towards being able to realise that, although one quarter in 11 months isn't so great.
Is it residual? If so, realize you're closer than you appear. Maintaining any residual income of any level is good.
I have watched as my account has continued to increase on a residual nature. So far, I've been able to make $38 twice in two months, counting May. However, my earnings for May alone are more than double that of April. But, $38 of May is residual income.
It is a trend of progression and growth. It is positive and should be looked upon it as that. I realize you are busting your butt to get that earnings and I'm sure you're tied back to front on links to other places.
However, I am not. My total earnings for my 8 months is about $160 in all. You have a residual earning of what $500 per month?
What I wouldn't give to have that right now.
It reminds me a lot of the mathematics of compound interest...once you do the work to build the foundation, it can serve to provide "interest" for a long time. (at least I hope it will!)
Yeah, well I have seen good growth for every month but one. I broke $500 for the first time this month, $575 I think was my final figure. My only monthly decline was 5%, so assuming that nothing crazy happens, then I can realistically expect to make over $575 next month.
I am currently publishing like crazy, to keep the momentum. I could probably dedicate myself full time to this if I reached $1200... which is enough to feed myself and pay the bills whilst I pursue faster growth...
We will see, I cross my fingers, I want a dog and this is the only way that I can achieve that! (And that really is the reason!).
you can have my dog - he's not the smartest creature that ever walked the planet...And he is a money sink between vet bills, food, grooming, etc. Fortunately, he is friendly, but still.....
Rochelle, every quarter is a step in the right direction!
The first quarter is the most important. It makes me going and going.
On average, I make $4 - $5/day. I still remember the first click a couple month back.
I like to think that it would be a professional writer, and major in history as well.
If I cold not become a Powerball winner then I Def would like to create things out of Polymer clay all day long and sell them. And even sell my ideas for childrens's books. Sigh.. I need more time for creativity in my life!
Luckily, my dream has already turned to reality:
I used to teach Literature to graduate students and truly loved the experience.
Then, I work part time as a social worker for mentally disabled people- which is the most rewarding (though challenging) thing ever.
Also, am studying for a degree in child psychology so I can work with children now.
Meanwhile, I'm busy writing for some off line projects....plus I work as a moderator for another forum... so basically, I couldn't ask for anything more! Really....
Wow! That is awesome. I think it takes a special kind of person to do that work.
I am in the military and always tell my staff to take full advantage of the educational opportunities that the military offers. It amazes me how many of them do not take advantage of tuition assistance and the GI Bill. Good for you on seeking a degree in Child Psychology (that would help in my job too! )
My dream job would be...
Author of a series of books
Write scripts for movies.
dream job...model photographer ..well it wuld be counseling..
My dream job is what I am already doing right now as a research analyst, I have always liked reading and writing technical journals and its fun to learn new things and compile data and information on various topics, I could not ask for anything better for a dream career.
by collegecareerlife 10 years ago
If you knew you could make enough money doing anything you want, what career would you choose?
by JosieLee 8 years ago
What is your dream job and why?are you doing whatever it takes to get the job? or are you already working your dream job?
by dailytop10 6 years ago
What is your dream job?Mine is to be a pro boxer. If only I have the body and discipline. haha It's definitely not a sport for lazy guys like me. But if you think of it, in boxing, you're being paid to be healthy. Setting aside the punches you'll be taking during fights, it's a win-win situation...
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If money wasn't an issue, what would your dream job be?I think I would like to open up a book store, zoo or a museum. What's your dream job?
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